Jarrod Croker continued to break every record within reach as he continued to pile on the points without missing a single game in 2019.
The skipper continued to endear himself not only to Raiders fans but to rugby league fans in general as he went over and above to help those in the community, while also delivering the goods on the field.
Croker claimed three records throughout the year as he became the youngest player in NRL history to reach 1,900 points, became the Raiders all time leading try scorer and became only the second Raiders to reach 250 games for the club.
The 29 year old only missed five minutes of action across the season, while he scored 13 tries and kicked 88 goals, amassing a total of 228 points for the season to finish as the NRL’s second highest point scorer in 2019.
The captain also had six try assists to his name for the year with Bailey Simonsson and Nick Cotric both benefitting.
As always, Croker epitmosed consistency throughout the course of the campaign as he produced plenty of highlights in defence and attack against all opposition.